In 2009, Amisha set up Think Act Vote to help us understand how we can spend our time, money, and energy to express the future we choose. The project uses creative energy including fashion, art, design, and film to inspire us to live out our values.
In addition Amisha works as an ethical fashion and campaigns consultant, and has her own blog Elegance Rebellion.
Follow Amisha on Twitter @amishaghadiali
Ethical fashion pioneer People Tree has worked with incredible designers, including Vivienne Westwood, Bora Aksu, and actress Emma Watson, to bring you fresh collaborations. Now People Tree launch wants
Katharine Hamnett Feels Like an “Old Testament Prophet” Preaching to the Wilderness About Eco-Fashion
British designer Katharine Hamnett has made a career out of power political statements. (She famously greeted Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in a T-shirt that said “58% Don’t Want
Award-winning designer Ada Zanditon has teamed up with British ethical jeweler Ingle & Rhode to create a one-of-a-kind pendant to celebrate the world’s first fair-trade and fair-mined gold. The
Jessica Ogden has collaborated on ethical fashion collections (including one with People Tree in 2009) before, but the Jamaican-born, Paris-based designer has a delightful treat for us at ASOS this month.
Have you heard about Six Magazine yet? It’s being pitched as Vogue for ethical fashion. “Six” refers to fashion’s “sixth sense,” according to Alina Ratsep, who launched
Introducing Offset Warehouse, the world’s first online destination to combine affordable ethical-fashion shopping with hard-to-find sustainable fabrics. Founded by 25-year-old Royal College of Art
Ethical fashion doesn’t always have to be about innovative materials or cutting-edge technologies. It can also be about preserving traditional skills and techniques. To help revive